If you are contemplating whether you need to spend 2 days in Wroclaw, this post should answer your dilemma. Wroclaw, pronounced as ‘Vortz Wahf’ is one of those cities in Poland that will grow on you very slowly. Krakow captivates you instantly with its old-world charm, and the capital Warsaw is quick to allure the visitors with its neon lights, glitz and quirky neighbourhoods. But Wroclaw casts its spell a little late, but given the plenty of things to see in Wroclaw, this city of dwarfs will blow you away with its laid-back, easy-going demeanour.
In this post, you can find out how to effectively spend 2 days in Wroclaw. If you have more than 48 hours, even better, because, in the later sections, you will get an idea of how to plan your Wroclaw trip.
If you have 2 days in Wroclaw, it is best to start your first day in the city by getting to know the unique attractions. If the magnificent Gothic Hall is for Krakow and the Royal Palace is for Warsaw, it is the Cathedral Island for Wroclaw that is the heart of the old town. All the best things in a European city lies in its old town, and Wroclaw is no exception.